Dr Shane Lindsay
Lecturer in Psychology
|Biography||Dr Lindsay joined the University of Hull as Lecturer in September 2014, following post-docs working at the University of Dundee, and the University of York, and a PhD at the University of Sussex.
He can be found on campus in Room 145 of the Fenner building. His lab page is https://shanelindsay.github.io/
|Research Interests||I am interested in how humans think. As it turns out, language is integral to thinking. My research goal has been to understand the embedding of the language system in its broader context of a brain specialised for the goals of perception and action, rather than seeing language as an isolated modular system. This research has used behavioural measures, eye tracking and cognitive neuroscience methods, including fMRI, TMS and polysomnography.|
|Teaching and Learning||Module leader for:
Research Skills 2 (Level 4)
Psychology in Context (Level 3)